A prison turned into a hotel

If you are one of the people who has always wanted to know what it feels like to spend the night in jail, I bring you a proposal that is quite close, and it is that at least I have always been curious to know how people live in that place, although of course I hope I never have to go through there.

In Oxford , England, there is a hotel that was once a prison and they have preserved as much as possible both the exterior and the interior, which undoubtedly makes it one of the most original hotels in which you can stay. The Oxford Hotel was a prison until 1996 and has all the characteristics of the time when the prison was built. It was inaugurated in 2006 and began to be used as a prison in 1071, being also one of the most spectacular castles in the area.

Inside you can find a decadent design that preserves all its essence and in which there are 94 rooms with great detail and in which no comfort is lacking. Rooms located where the cells were and in which they retain their classic doors and windows and that have plasma television, ambient lighting or bathroom with shower, among other services.

The Oxford Hotel also has romantic suites for you to live your own Bonnie & Clyde adventure during a romantic getaway. Each suite varies depending on its category, but almost all have services such as a mini cinema, jacuzzi, music system, large four-poster bed and a lot of other details. Without a doubt, a fantastic prison hotel to live an unforgettable experience.